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Khloe Kardashian Stuns Tugging Down Calvin Klein Pants


Apr. 14 2022, Published 5:40 a.m. ET

Khloe Kardashian stunned as she gently tugged down her Calvin Klein sweatpants and modeled a sports bra look back in 2018. The reality star, 37, made headlines way back in the day as she and her entire family fronted the #mycalvins campaign for the American fashion giant, but it wasn't just group backyard snaps showing everyone in their undies.

Posting to Instagram, the new Hulu star flaunted her killer figure in a skimpy CK look as she rocked soft pastel pinks, and the post has gone down a hit.

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Stuns In Calvin Klein

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Scroll for the photos. They showed the blonde indoors and by a plain wall. Khloe was highlighting her gym-honed body in a barely-there and cute pink sports bra, one low-cut and slightly pushed up for a cleavage flash.

The Good American founder, briefly taking a break from promoting her 2017-founded brand, also wore a matching pair of loungewear pants, with the Calvin Klein logo seen on the waistband. Khloe rocked pinkish-tinted locks and a matte lip, also flaunting her signature plump pout. The photo came less than a year after Khloe welcomed daughter True Thompson, shared with now-ex Tristan Thompson.

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Taking to her caption as over 3.9 million fans left likes, Khloe wrote: "In #mycalvins@calvinklein#ad." Calvin Klein has also been fronted by singer Justin Bieber and sister Kendall Jenner in the past. The designer now boasts celebrity faces including Netflix star HoYeon Jung and model Kaia Gerber.

Khloe now seems fully focused on Good American, with the brand now retailing its trademark denim, swimwear, gym apparel, plus footwear. Her label stresses the importance of size inclusivity, something Khloe opened up about last year.

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Clothes For Everyone

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Speaking to Health in 2021, Khloe revealed:

"At my largest, I was a 14 or 16—which, by the way, is totally standard in the U.S. I always felt excluded from my own family—not by them. On shopping trips, I couldn't shop where they shopped. I'd be indirectly told by brands that their clothes weren't for me because they didn't produce a dress in my size."

Don't Say It Isn't Diverse

Referencing her diverse Good Squad models, the mom of one added: "We built Good American always keeping representation and inclusivity at its core. It wasn't a fad that we were trying to follow. And you know, it's in our products, the diversity of the team, and our Good Squad [brand ambassadors]. We want full representation from every angle."


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